Equity Crowdfunding

The stock market isn’t the only way for everyday investors to tap into high-growth equity. In the past, only accredited investors could buy into privately traded companies, making a killing in the process. Thanks to the JOBS act, private investing in the form of equity crowdfunding is now open to investors of all backgrounds and skill levels. InvestorPlace seeks to be the first stop in your investment journey, providing educational research in all things investible.

Insense Stock Represents the Short-Form Video Revolution

Investors should do research on Insense stock, as the company seeks to expand its short-form video platform for brands and influencers.

WeFunder Review: Look No Further for High-Quality Equity Crowdfunding

Founded in 2011, WeFunder has turned into one of the top equity crowdfunding sites. Here’s a look at what the company provides.

StartEngine Review: ‘Mr. Wonderful’ Approves This Crowdfunding Platform

My StartEngine review concludes that thanks to the endorsement of "Mr. Wonderful," this equity crowdfunding platform is a true star.

10 Startups to Invest In With Equity Crowdfunding

Searching for startups that could be the next Apple? You won't just stumble on them, which is why we've compiled our top equity crowdfunding reviews.

The Amazon of Pharmacy: NowRx Could Be a Big Winner

Pharmacy start-up NowRx is in the very early stages of disrupting the $400 billion legacy pharmacy market.

There’s a Buzz Building Around Juna

A San Francisco-based wellness startup in the CBD space is looking to raise money on Republic. Here are three reasons to invest in Juna. 

AngelList Review: Finding The Next Hot Startup

It’s the 10-year anniversary of the platform that links investors to founders, so there's much to celebrate in this AngelList review.

Hearo.Live: Going Virtual With Live Events

Hearo built an app to capitalize on the growth in eSports. It's now raising capital from people wanting to invest in Hearo.Live.

Fleeting Wants To Shake Up The Trucking Industry

Fleeing has built an online marketplace to match drivers and carriers. And the company is also raising capital with the crowdfunding site, Republic.

Genobank: Looking to Remake the DNA Kit Market

Genobank.io is looking to raise capital from the crowdfunding site, Republic. The company is developing a privacy-first DNA kit that is based on blockchain technology.

Upshift Is Looking To Redefine Car Ownership

Upshift is developing a service that makes it easy to lease a car on a short-term basis. The company is also raising capital on the crowdsourcing site, Republic.

7 Reasons to Raise Capital With Crowd Equity

Equity Crowdfunding has become a popular approach for startups to raise money. And the benefits go beyond just about money.

How Equity Crowdfunding Affects Your Taxes

Equity crowdfunding provides an easy way to invest in startups. But handling the taxes can be tricky. Here’s a look.

4 Factors That Affect the Future of Equity Crowdfunding

In a short period of time, equity crowdfunding has become an important part of financing for small businesses. And it looks like the growth will continue. But also expect changes, such as with regulations.

What Questions Should You Ask When Investing in a Private Company?

Much like public investing, private investing requires investors to have a strategy for making investments, including what questions to ask.

Teooh: The Virtual Event App for the Novel Coronavirus Era

Founded in 2018, the company has built an app to use AR and VR to create virtual events. The company is now raising money on the crowdfunding site, Republic.

3 Reasons to Invest $500 in ModVans’ CV1 Campervan

Further, according to ModVan’s StartEngine presentation, a total of 5,249 Class B RVs (van campers such as CV1) units were shipped in 2017. Adding in the RVIA’s data for 2018 and 2019, an average of 5,126 Class B units were shipped on an annual basis over the past three years.

How to Win at Equity Crowdfunding

Crowdfunding equity online means meeting the online audience's desire for change as well as its desire for cash.

The Pros and Cons of Republic’s Autopilot Service

The type of deals you’ll be investing typically will have raised at least $150,000 from 100 or more investors, they will have raised at least twice the minimum goal set, and they’re using a Crowd SAFE security instrument.

Top 6 Differences Between Equity Crowdfunding and Venture Capital

Venture funding has been critical for growth in the U.S. But this type of investment often is limited to a few companies. But equity crowdfunding has democratized things.